luck[ luhk ]SEE DEFINITION OF luck
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUCK
It would be a stroke of luck if I could stumble on one of his hiding places!
And he was both to batter it down, for he still had the gambler's faith in his luck.
He knows you're with us, and he knows our luck left us when you come.
How'll they know that it was luck—that my gun stuck in the holster—and that you jumped me on the draw?
Such, at least, was my luck when starting for my annual French tour in 1887.
I can only think that, no matter what is wrong, two wonderful pieces of luck have come to you.
War was a game of hazard, in which the luck was always changing.
But it's a bit of luck Porter's not having declared him out to save nearly a hundred.
"Luck was against you to-day, Dixon," exclaimed the visitor.
And a devilish piece of luck it was, for I have been hustling ever since.
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